Probelle Nail Lacquer in In or Out, swatch

Probelle — In or Out (Nail Lacquer) Swatch & Review

Brand: Probelle

I received my second Probelle Nail Lacquer in my last Ipsy bag.

There’s not much detailed information about their company on their official site, so all I know is that they are sold mostly in nail salons, and they seem to specialize in their nail growth treatments. They offer worldwide shipping on their website.

I’ve never seen the brand sold anywhere in Canada, but suffice to say that while the polish is perfectly decent, it’s not a brand I’ll be especially looking out for. The bottle is pretty cute for an inexpensive brand, though.

Probelle Nail Lacquer in In or Out, bottle

The color I received is perfect for spring and summer: In or Out is a soft, but not pastel, shade of pink-lilac. It reminds me of a deeper version of Essie Under Where?, which I recently reviewed.

The formula was very similar to that of the first Probelle I received from Ipsy, Into the Blue: it’s smooth but a little thin for what should be an opaque cream. However, In or Out applied more evenly and I only needed two coats for nice, nearly opaque coverage.

Probelle Nail Lacquer in In or Out, swatch

For US$6 it’s not too bad at all, but I feel like Probelle’s nail lacquer isn’t anything special to seek out unless you really like a specific color.

Probelle Nail Lacquer in In or Out, label


Probelle Nail Lacquer retails for US$6.00 and is 0.5 US fl oz / 15 mL. It is free of toluene, formaldehyde, and dibutyl phthalate (DBP). Probelle is a manufacturer of nail polish and nail treatments.


7 thoughts on “Probelle — In or Out (Nail Lacquer) Swatch & Review

    • I think Zoya Zara’s been on my wishlist for ages, and somehow I always forget to pick it up! Maybe I go alphabetically or something 😉

      Lilacs are so flattering on nails!


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